Monday, June 27, 2022

Opinion

Why Loyalty Is Important in Leadership

The issue of loyalty has been trending on social media recently with many using it as an opportunity to cast aspersions on leaders. Others may be wondering whether the concept of loyalty is good or bad. Being loyal is more...

Comoros and Gambia’s cold day in hell

It was a cold day in hell as a tiny country Comoros wrote an indelible history in the annals of both Africa and country's football to qualify for the next AFCON in Cameroon. This script was never part of the...

Rhetorical Analysis of SONA 2021

Politics is basically about persuasion. And as such, politicians depend very much on rhetoric to influence the public and establish a relationship with them. As a disciple of presidential rhetoric, I know for a fact that every political speech...

The Gateway For Authentic Election Coverage

Politics provides a great deal of natural content for television news programming. During political campaigns and elections, national networks, as well as many private stations, devote substantial amount of time in covering these activities. Elections constitute a basic challenge...

The Mindset Of The Ghanaian Voter

Every registered voter in the world who exercises his or her franchise at the polls considers a lot of things before casting his or her votes. After 11 years of PNDC regime, a new chapter of constitutionality was restored...

Nana Yaw Amponsah: the Reincarnation Of Okomfo Anokye? The Revolution Vrs The Resolution

Just as the Golden Stool the ''Sika Dwa'' is a symbol of significance as well as the spirit of the Asante Kingdom, the same is Kotoko, the great and the baby team of Asanteman. Labelled the “Porcupine Warriors” was...

THE PAST WEEK!

Dear Nyaba, Those storytellers who made us believe that every story has a beginning, a climax and a denouement, will be shocked to learn that in our chiefdom stories don't end. Here, stories have beginnings, and permanent climaxes. Nyaba, just when...

Kente cloth is beloved in Ghana. Why did Democrats wear it?

When House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer and other top Democrats took a knee Monday on Capitol Hill to honor the life of George Floyd, the Internet’s eyes jumped to the colorful fabric draped around...

Stigmatisation: The “Hidden pandemic” in era of COVID-19

Early theorists of stigma including Erving Goffman in his 1963 work ‘Notes on the Management of Spoiled Identity’, defined stigma as ‘an attribute that is deeply discrediting’ and one that, makes it impracticable for an individual to have full...

“Epidemic” of violence against women and children

Children are not the face of the COVID-19 pandemic which has raged the world since December, 2019 but they risk being among its biggest victims. While they have thankfully been largely spared from the direct health effects of COVID-19...

Latest News

Paracetamol is the most abused painkiller- Dr. Nii Lante

By Seli Baisie A Physician Specialist, Dr. Nii Lante Okunka Blankson says the most commonly abused painkiller is paracetamol. This, according...

End your demonstration at 4 pm – Court to Arise Ghana group

By: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH Her Ladyship Comfort Kwasiwor Tasiame has directed Arise Ghana organisers of the #KromAyeShe demonstration to end their public protests at 4 pm...

Ambassador Gambila of Burkina Faso cautions youth against fake promises of greener pastures abroad

Ghana’s Ambassador to Burkina Faso, Boniface Gambila has expressed worry about the youth who get deceived by unknown people to travel to Burkina Faso...

Gabby Asare Otchere Darko laments low returns from E-levy

By: Franklin ASARE-DONKOH Gabby Asare Otchere Darko has bemoaned the low revenue returns from the much-touted Electronic Transfer Levy (E-Levy). In a series of tweets Monday,...

Eggstra-O Campaign roadshow makes a stop in Ho

By Tilda Acorlor The Project Lead of the Eggstra-O Campaign, Ndidi Fordjoe says women and children must eat eggs to grow well and healthy. She...